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15 April 2019, 03:53 | Glen Norman
Man arrested after allegedly throwing child from third floor Mall of America balcony
A criminal complaint from July of 2015 states he was taken into custody after he was seen throwing items from the upper level of the mall to the lower level.
Police have said this appears to have been an isolated incident - and there is no threat to the public.
Police rushed to the scene in Bloomington after witnesses called, reporting a woman was screaming her child had been thrown over a balcony around 10 a.m., local time. He has been charged with attempted homicide.
A Mall of America spokesperson said in a statement that any additional information about the incident will come from police.
He was also convicted of fifth-degree assault, trespassing and interfering with a police officer for an incident in October of 2015.
"She was screaming 'Everyone pray, everyone pray, '" shopper Brian Johnson told CBS. The woman refused, and Aranda allegedly threw a glass of water in her face and a glass of tea that struck her leg. Aranda was under a trespass notice at the time banning him from the mall until July 4, 2016.
Police identified Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda as the man who was chased and arrested after Friday morning's incident at the megamall in suburban Minneapolis.
Tim Burke from Allina Health confirms to KARE 11 that one victim has been transported to Children's Minnesota in Minneapolis from Mall of America.
A witness told CNN affiliate WCCO that the child's mother was screaming that someone had thrown her child from the balcony.
A portion of the mall on the first and third levels was cordoned off as police and the Hennepin County sheriff's office crime lab processed the scene.
"The child is still alive, he's still receiving care, and I think we're just asking for thoughts and prayers for that child to recover", Potts told reporters outside his police department Saturday.
According to the police release, the relationship between the man and the boy remains unclear.
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Officers rendered aid to the child and they were taken to Children's Hospital. Police didn't immediately respond to a message seeking details about the incident.
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